In London, a “chewing gum artist” makes miniature marvels from throwaway culture | AFP In London, a “chewing gum artist” makes miniature marvels from throwaway culture | AFPHello Ben Wilson, people committed during the last 15 years, transforming discarded chewing gum which is on the Streets of London and Beyond, into taking action to transform. I’M not actually working on the message thread, I’m very careful that the actual picture happens. There’S no taxi on the Millennium bridge on the bridge, which is very important, send text Clay. They can’t arrest you on the criminal damage charge. It’S a technicality because the past is passed out. The gum is a person that created the funeral damage and I’m transforming the rubbish. The gum has melted within the Mets will tread, so I use acrylic enamel paint and then I use a burner and then I’ll drive to Pinetop as I go along and then I called stop pinching them out in 2004, and I started his Bonnet in North London And then I worked in Portugal, Parris Island around your people, naturally or inquisitive, so they come to negotiate, what’s actually happening, Panera.
What connectivity? It’S sad, really the impact that humans have on their environment, the match of rubbish that we cry. That’S not that she create something which involves Arts of the environment problem being imposed on the environment.Lying on a footbridge spanning London’s River Thames, Ben Wilson puts the final touches to his latest creation: a miniature painting on chewing gum, stuck to the steel structure. For the past 15 years, this 57-year-old Englishman has been going around the British capital, sculpting and repainting scraps of gum discarded by passers-by.
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